archconservative

arch·con·ser·va·tive

 (ärch′kən-sûr′və-tĭv)
adj.
Highly conservative, especially in political viewpoint.

arch′con·ser′va·tive n.
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Hodge was the archconservative, Bushnell the archliberal.
Chris Hedges says he thought long and hard about using the word fascist when discussing the Christian Right--the politically active, fundamentalist evangelicals like Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell and dozens of other archconservative Christian leaders most Americans have never heard of.
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For the moment Ramazzini appears to have general support, even among the archconservative Opus Dei factions.
Today it's all conservative, archconservative, or downright rightwing literature.
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ambassador to the West African nation of Mali--a move investigative journalist Ann Louise Bardach, writing in her book "Cuba Confidential," attributes to archconservative Cuban exile Otto Reich.